“All of our students amaze me at one point or another, I think their insight, their ability to come here and create such a non-judgmental community is amazing. That’s when I’m proudest of our students.” Frank Moody, a dedicated employee of twenty-five years, is known for being a vital pillar of the Wasatch community.
His quiet, good-natured attitude both encourages students to strive for greatness and reminds us all that humor and love are the two greatest medicines.
Throughout his life, Frank tried a multitude of career opportunities including burn technician, respiratory therapist, entrepreneur, and software developer, before ultimately settling at Wasatch Academy as a technical director. He is an alum who moved from Alabama to Mt. Pleasant to attend Wasatch Academy and graduated with the class of 1979.
Frank Moody is married with two daughters, the youngest of the two having just finished her college career in sociology and pre-med and will be continuing on to medical school. His eldest daughter is a copy editor for the Salt Lake Tribune. His greatest pride at Wasatch Academy is the student community “it is one of the best…I’ve ever come across.” Frank loves his work at the academy and is happy to help with whatever students may need, whether it be special effects for the school plays, advice on classes, or simply joking around to get through a tough day.